6.0 Powerstroke Grey Smoke At Idle. 6. 0, rough idle and smoke. Joined feb 13, 2005 · 503 posts. Discussion starter · #1 · apr 2, 2014.
I have the egr deleted already and i did not smell gas in th.
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6.0 Powerstroke – Smoking At Idle and heavy smoke under acceleration, with no tune on the truck. I have the egr deleted already and I did not smell gas in the tank so I think I have a stuck open injector. Which if left untreated can cause hydro lock and be very expensive. So I do some tests to see which injector is stuck open. ————————————————————————————————- 6.0 Powerstroke remanned injector: amzn.to/2T6JxfD 6.0 Powerstroke…. 6.0 Powerstroke Grey Smoke At Idle
I have a 2005 psd 6. 0l and the past few cold mornings, my truck ran really rough. There was gray smoke coming out of the exhaust and it seemed the truck wasn't running on all. You may have an injector that is not atomizing the fuel properly, thus incomplete combustion, then the unburnt fuel from that cylinder hits the hot exaust pipe causing the. Purchased a used '06 f250 6. 0 psd with 42,xxx miles back in '11 with a banks big hoss bundle (six gun, high ram intake, intercooler, dual exhaust, iq) from a ford dealer.
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I work pretty much 24/7 365 Days a year. So this being Christmas eve. I had an individual contact me about a 2005 F250 6.0 Powerstroke that he has been having issues with. During the last few days he stated that the truck started blowing white smoke out the tail pipe, and it was starting to overheat. Upon inspection of the truck, I noticed a strong smell of coolant, and notice the truck still had the original egr cooler intact. This truck just came from another Diesel shop 2 days ago. So…
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Update we believe this to be a cracked cylinder head around the injectors. I have diesel in my coolant that I found when I went to replace this injectors. Follow my build as the truck soon goes under the knife. Lots of smoke coming out the tail pipe one code p0284 nothing else. Comment if anyone has an idea. I'll link my powerstroke thread shortly Check out our sponsor Turbo Time USA Don't forget to use coupon code SIX0BROS for 5% OFF your custom turbo!! Affiliate link (automatically applies…
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6.0 Powerstroke – Smoking At Idle – Injector failure
6.0 Powerstroke Grey Smoke At Idle.